Andrea Carubia, a 53-year-old Cianciana, owner of the “Marbles and Stones” company, has, on behalf of the English artist Lee Simmons, built a monument dedicated to memories of Westminster’s fallen members during the First World War.
The work, realized with the collaboration of the architect Salvatore Scimeca, is presented with 82 Carrara white marble spiers and develops for a maximum height of 3 meters.

It was installed in Westminster, one of London’s most prestigious districts, precisely along Victoria Street, next to Westminster City Hall, and replaces the previous work devoted to the fallen that was lost in time.

The company of Andrea Carubia, whose sons Benedetto (26 years old) and Salvatore (23) also work, has a real ace in his sleeve: an innovative light marble system that is very well suited to every The use of marble, even to make furniture, and, for its lightness, it is easy to carry and therefore even to export.

In the following link you can read the interview with Andrea Carubia titled “I Marmi e Pietre” as an entrepreneur of the month of the magazine OSM Value: READ >>